Looking at incentives
(Continued from page 1) Some restaurateurs, however, say they are not particularly concerned about the tax increases. Commenting on the possibility of paying more in federal income tax this year, one New York City operator who wished to remain anonymous observed, “We pay so much in taxes here in New York already, what’s another couple of percentage points?” Irwin Kruger, owner of ISK Systems, a Long Island, N.Y.-based Smashburger franchisee, said he’s not ...
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